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Monday - 7:00am
Tuesday - 7:00am
Wednesday - 6:00pm
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November 2019

Re Classes: 3, 10, 17, 24

Feast of Christ the King: Sunday 24th

Adult Faith Formation: Sunday, Dec. 1st


November 17th - 11AM Mass 


December 2019

Re Classes: 8, 15

No RE: December 1st, 22nd & 29th 

Adult Faith Formation: Sunday, Dec. 1st

St. Nicholas Day celebrated: December 8th

6th & 7th Grade Reconciliation:  December 15th

Vigil Project Concert - December 8th - 4:00 PM

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Nov. 16 Saturday of the Thirty-Second Week of Ordinary Time; Optional Memorials of St. Margaret of Scotland; St. Gertrude, virgin, Opt. Mem.

St. Margaret (c. 1045-1093) was the great-niece of St. Edward the Confessor. She was a Saxon princess, raised in Hungary in exile. Returning to England, she had to flee once again after the Battle of Hastings, to the court of Malcolm, the King of Scotland, whom she married shortly thereafter. She proved to be a model mother and exemplary queen who brought up her eight children in an atmosphere of great devotion and worked hard to improve the morality of her subjects.

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Nov. 15 Friday of the Thirty-Second Week of Ordinary Time; Optional Memorial of St. Albert the Great, bishop, confessor and doctor, Opt. Mem.

Today the Church celebrates the optional memorial of St. Albert the Great, son of a German nobleman, who was studying at Padua when the Master General of the Dominicans, Jordan of Saxony, succeeded in attracting him to that Order. He was to become one of its greatest glories. After taking his degrees at the University of Paris he taught philosophy and theology at Paris and then in Cologne. St. Thomas Aquinas was among his pupils. His knowledge was encyclopedic. In 1260 he was named Bishop of Ratisbon and devoted himself zealously to the duties of his office. But soon resigned in order to continue his teaching and research. St. Albert died in Cologne on November 15, 1280.

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Nov. 14 Thursday of the Thirty-Second Week of Ordinary Time, Weekday

According to the 1962 Missal of St. John XXIII the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, today is the feast of St. Josephat, a Catholic of the Ruthenian rite. He was an apostle of the return of the Orthodox schismatics to the Church of Rome. At the age of twenty he became a Basilian monk, and while still young was made superior of his monastery, then archimandrite of Vilna and finally Archbishop of Polotsk. The young Archbishop's zeal for the cause of the "uniates" aroused the hatred of the schismatics, and he was murdered by a mob at Vitebsk in 1623 at the age of forty-three. His prayer contained the conversion of his murderers. He is one of the patrons of Poland. His feast in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite is celebrated on November 12.

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